Hall helps Limerick earn their first win of season
Freddy Hall, the Bermuda goalkeeper, helped Irish side Limerick to their first win of the season at home to Sligo Rovers at the weekend.
Limerick, who are rooted to the bottom of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, defeated Sligo 2-1 in a relegation battle, with Hall making a fine save from a free kick late on.
Hall, who has been out of contract since the end of last season, has been offering a helping hand to Limerick during the past few weeks to maintain his match fitness.
He was offered a one-year deal to stay with Telford United, who suffered relegation from the Vanarama National League to the National League North, but has decided to keep his options open.
The former Toronto FC player, who captained Bermuda against Guatemala in the away leg of their second-round World Cup qualifiers, made 21 appearances for Telford last season.
Limerick had failed to win any of their 21 league matches prior to their victory over Sligo. They take on Bohemians at home on Saturday.
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